For those of you who have long grown weary of your own cooking (or that of your spouse’s, mother’s, or … fill-in-the-blank), here’s a long list of tasty options that will tickle your taste buds while helping to keep local dining establishments afloat during the ongoing “Stay at Home” order, which is in effect until […]
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The clock is ticking and, with each passing day, the number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus increases in the United States. In fact, according to The New York Times, at least 81,000 people are know to have been infected in the United States, including more than 1,000 deaths. It is more cases than any […]
Intellectual property is a company’s most valued asset. Unfortunately, it is also what cybercriminals are hoping to catch on their on their next phishing trip in Hacker’s Pond. It’s a business’s biggest nightmare at worst; a major inconvenience at best. When dealing with government agencies, the risk is even greater. To that end, the Department […]
Avilution recently broke ground at Huntsville International Airport for its facility to produce groundbreaking avionics software. “We are really excited to be here, celebrating Avilution – and the groundbreaking technology that will transform the aviation industry,” said Rick Tucker, CEO of the Port of Huntsville. “Huntsville International Airport is proud to be home to Avilution,” […]
“Strong Coffee, Strong Women,” The Catalyst’s widely popular breakfast and networking event, features inspirational stories from successful businesswomen that focus on professional growth and successfully overcoming challenges along the way. This particular event was no exception as Sonia Robinson, a breast cancer survivor and the executive director at BIO Alabama, spoke to a sold-out, standing-room-only crowd. Robinson […]
If you’re looking for that “one-of-a-kind” designer purse, then look no further than Girls, Inc. To generate enthusiasm for the “Power of the Purse” fundraiser, members of the Girls, Inc., board and staff provided a sneak preview of six purses to be auctioned. The “big reveal” was all that and then some: the black veils […]
MADISON — As the area continues to grow by leaps and bounds, it’s hard to miss the unmistakable red clay and construction cones on any given road, on any given day. Madison and Huntsville are on the fast track of redefining our communities, one slab of cement at a time. Along with a host of […]
Joanne Randolph has been known to champion entrepreneurs in this area. Now, she can officially be known as the champion after receiving the Entrepreneur Champion of the Year Award at the fifth annual Entrepreneur Awards ceremony and luncheon. Randolph, the founder and CEO of The Catalyst Center, has been at the forefront of entrepreneurship and […]
U.S. Sen. Doug Jones (D-Ala.) recently sat down with the Huntsville Business Journal at Huntsville West and discussed several issues important to our state and nation. This is the final installment of five reports from the interview. Today’s topic is the military and military families. HBJ: Huntsville is a military town, nicknamed “Pentagon South.” Tell […]
Sen. Jones: The wall has become more of a symbol now, than it is an effective reality.